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Queen’s University Belfast, the full name of Queen’s University Belfast (also known as “Queen’s”, “Queen’s University” and “QUB”), is a public research university located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. The university received its ‘Queen’s College Belfast’ charter in 1845 and opened four years later. buy QUB fake degree, buy QUB fake certificate, buy QUB fake diploma, buy QUB bachelor degree, buy QUB master degree online.

Queen’s University offers degrees at different levels, offering around 300 degree programmes. The current Principal and Deputy Principal is Ian Greer. The agency’s annual revenue for 2020-21 was £395.8m, of which £88.6m came from research grants and contracts, and £373.5m was spent. buy UK fake degree, buy UK fake diploma, buy UK certificate.

Queen’s University is a member of the Russell Group of research universities, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the European Association of Universities, British Universities and Irish Universities. The university is associated with two Nobel Prize winners and one Turing Award winner.

Queen’s University Belfast originated as the Belfast Academic Institution, which was established in 1810 and is still the Royal Belfast Academic Institution. The present university was first chartered as “Queen’s College Belfast” in 1845 , at the time it was associated with the co-founded Queen’s College Cork and Queen’s College Galway, as part of Queen’s University Ireland – established to encourage Catholic and Presbyterian higher education, corresponding to Trinity College in Dublin, which was then almost An entirely Anglican institution. Queen’s College Belfast, with its main building, Lanyan Building, was designed by British-born architect Sir Charles Lanyan. The semester started with 23 professors and 195 students. Some of the early students at Queen’s University Belfast sat their exams at the University of London.

The University of Ireland Act 1908 dissolved the Royal University of Ireland, which had replaced Queen’s University of Ireland in 1879, and created two separate universities: what is now the National University of Ireland and Queen’s University Belfast.